Maia Foulis

Maia Foulis

Maïa Foulis is Editor of Canadian Occupation Safety magazine. She contributes to and oversees the content of the magazine, website and newsletter. Maïa also assists with COS events such as Canada’s Safest Employers Awards and Women in Safety.

Maïa joined Key Media in 2020, having previously worked in the UK and in France in media and publishing. She writes about all issues currently affecting the Canadian occupational health and safety sector. She also has previous experience researching and writing about the Canadian labour and employment legal market.

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Worker dies after head crushed by forklift

Quebec regulator announces results of investigation into fatal incident

Worker dies after head crushed by forklift

Four ways to ensure worker safety during a snowstorm

Safety expert shares tips on how employers can best prepare for snowstorms

Four ways to ensure worker safety during a snowstorm

How store manager is keeping his staff safe through Omicron storm

From the front line: N95 respirators are not mandated for retail workers but Rudi Mogl was determined to go the extra mile

How store manager is keeping his staff safe through Omicron storm

Rubber workers exposed to toxic fumes and benzene now stricken with cancer

Occupational exposure series: Once-thriving industry leaves hundreds of workers ill, battling for compensation

Rubber workers exposed to toxic fumes and benzene now stricken with cancer

Suncor head says recent worker death "unacceptable"

Energy giant committed to improving site safety

Suncor head says recent worker death "unacceptable"

Why mining has 'some of the greatest leaders in safety'

Safety manager explains his 'lightbulb' moment and why grassroots approach pays off

Why mining has 'some of the greatest leaders in safety'

Firm's commitment to continuous learning key to safety approach

'We are comfortable being in a state of chronic unease,' says natural gas company

Firm's commitment to continuous learning key to safety approach

Can tech improve mental health, addiction, among workers?

'For better or for worse, addiction has defined my life,' says mental health expert

Can tech improve mental health, addiction, among workers?

Safety is about understanding what drives and motivates people

Connecting with workers is critical part of job, says safety director

Safety is about understanding what drives and motivates people

Workers' compensation system 'mean-spirited' and 'broken fundamentally'

Labour scholar, whose father died of an occupational illness, on how workers have been affected over the years

Workers' compensation system 'mean-spirited' and 'broken fundamentally'